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INDEX

Modena, city and cathedral of, i
303; hotel or albergo of, 318 j
the arsenal, 318
Molinists, the, i. 25
Molino, Ponte, the Venetian frontier

at, i. 320

Monaco, prince of, ii. 66
Monasteries, abbeys, and convents 3
at Orleans, i. 25; at Blois, 34;
of La Consonne, 44; of St Ilde-
fonso, near Seville, 91 j of Capri,
Massa, and Naples, 147, 165,
172; of Girgenti, 189 ; of Cata-
nia, 196 $ of San Cosimato, 219;
of Spoleto, 242 ; of Assisi, 245 j
of La Grande Chartreuse, 271 j
of Lyons, 276 ; Camaldolin con-
vent of Calemberg, near Vienna,
350; Benedictine abbey at Molck,
362 ; abbey of Kloster Neuberg,
350; abbey of St. Emerand, 364
Monmouth, duke of, said to be the

** Iron Mask,3* i. 170
Monnoie, M. de la, ii. 51
Montagu, Mont de, ii. 215
Montague, Mrs., her essay on Shake-
speare, i. 389

Montefiascone, village of, i. 313
Monteleone, town and vicinity of, i.

196 5 duke of, at Naples, i. 145
Monterolendo, duchess of, i 128
Montespan, madame de, ii. 39
Montesquieu Fezenac, marquis de,

his chateau of Maupertzs, ii. 27
Montesson, countess de, ii 23, 31,

218

Montmelian, wine of, L 271
Montmorency, baron de, his mar-
riage with Mademoiselle de Matig-
non ii. 36, 51
Montpellier,   botanical   studies  of

Mr. H. Swinburne at, i. 117
Montreuil, M. de la Verriere, ii.

243
Montserrat, rocks and hermitages

of, i 69, 70

Monuments and tombs: of cardinal
d'Amboise, i. 4; of John, duke
of Bedford, at Rouen, 5; of
Richard Cceur de Lion, 5; of
the mare'chal de Saxe, 7; of Joan
of Arc, 24
Moore, lieutenant-general Sir John,

ii. 280

Moors of the kingdom of Grenada,
i. 65 ; the Moorish kings, 74;
mosques built by, 92

More, Sir Thomas, his Utopia^ ii.

173

Morellet, abbe, ii. 156, 195
Morena, Sierra, i. 95
Moulins, town of, and river Allier,

i. 299
Mounces-on-the-Moors, residence of

the Swinburne family, i. 283 5 ii

84

Mozzi, cavalier, i 251
Mulberry trees, i. 261, 299
Mules of Spain, i 81
Muleteers of Sicily, i 186
Murcia, plains of, i. 72
Murillo, celebrated Spanish painter,

103
Murviedro, the ancient Saguntum,

i 71
Museums, antiquarian  collections,

cabinets of medals, and natural

history, i. 118 et seq. ; ii. 6
Music, Italian, i 156,161, 211,226,

231; ii 2601 German, i 358,

359

NAPLES, city and court of, i. 121 et
seq.

Narni, ancient bridge over the Nar,
at, i 240

Navas de Tolosa, i. 97

Necker, M., his first exile by Louis
XVI., ii 17 ; again in power on
the dismissal of De Brienne, 70 5
his popularity, 71; banished, 72;
his recall, 75; history of the Revo-
lution, by, 184, 194

Negro, river, in Naples, i. 198

Nelson, lord, his letters to Lady
Hamilton on the victory of Copen-
hagen, ii 275, 277; his interview
with the crown prince described,
276; anecdotes o*, 281

Nemours, visit to the town of, ii. 240

Neustadt and Neunkirchen, i 328

Nevers, town of, i. 298

Newby, Lord Grantham's mansion,
i 286

Nicastro, hills, forest and town of,

i 197

Nightingales, i 241
Nisida, island of, i 139
Nismes, town of, i 118; antiquities

of, and in its vicinity, 118, 119
Noailles, marshal de, ii. 13

-----count de, i 46, 48

 duchess de, i 225
-----Charles de, ii 75